How to Fix Hopscotch!!!!!

I can get the updated Hopscotch to work.
“I use my iPad as a coding device.”
When your iPad gets updated, Hopscotch might not work. It may turn sideways and say “updating application”.  It will never complete, so you can follow these steps to fix it:
1. Download a shared project from mail. Tap the icon that says (projectname).hopscotch and hit ‘Hopscotch’.
2. Let it download sideways, and it will tell you what’s new. Press done.
3. Press the back arrow in the upper left corner. On the bottom of the screen, choose ‘community’.
View of Hopscotch after update
4. Choose a project you are interested in and press ▶️ (Play).
View of Hopscotch after update
5. Your Hopscotch screen should have changed back to normal, and you can press X in  the upper right hand corner. Choose ‘Projects’ Tab to go back to your own projects.
View of Hopscotch after update
-C. Deck

Record a Sound with QuickVoice!

I can record my instrument using my iPad.

“I use my iPad as a recording device.”

I needed to record my trumpet for band, so I searched my iPad for a recording app and I found QuickVoice. It is a great recording app and I was able to record my trumpet in high quality sound!  You can email the sound file as a sound or even an iPhone ringtone!  Without this useful recording app, I wouldn’t be able to record my trumpet for band. You can use it, too!

QuickVoice app view


-C. Deck


I can have fun learning on my iPad.

“I can use my iPad as a game creator.”

What I like to use Hopscotch for is making fun games and even review games for what I’m learning in class.  You can always make something new on this app even if you think you’ve done it all. This app has so many different concepts to use. One thing that is fun about this app is that once you’ve created your project, you can try it out and play it.  This app is very fun.

-W. Uhlemann

*Check out the Hopscotch tutorial under the “Student Tutorials” tab!

Orienteering Tip

I can fix my iPad when the orientation is opposite and the screen won’t rotate when I rotate the device. 

“I use my iPad as a tool.”

If your iPad screen is upside down and it won’t change when you try to turn your device the opposite way:

1. Go to settings

2. Go to general>accessibility

3. Turn assistive touch on

4. A black box with a white middle circle on the border now appears

5. Click on the box

6. Click device

7. Click rotate screen

8. Click the direction you want your iPad to face.

If it gets stuck again, just do this again.

-T. Kesling